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In the past five years, Jeff Bezos and his executives have been pouring enormous amounts of capital

In the past five years, Jeff Bezos and his executives have been pouring enormous amounts of capital into a brand-new, industry-changing field… [Energy and Capital Header] Practical Investment Analysis for the New Energy Economy Amazon Is Seizing This New Industry by Force Luke Sweeney | Jul 04, 2022 To find the best grass, it makes sense to follow the fattest cows. In terms of investment opportunities, tracking the “big money” can usually point investors in the right direction. And in this case, Amazon is the fattest cow in the industry. In the past five years, Jeff Bezos and his executives have been pouring enormous amounts of capital into a brand-new, industry-changing field. It’s been a long road bringing this technology to market, and Amazon is far from the only player on the field. But with nearly unlimited resources and access to an elite talent pool, Amazon has a real shot at bringing its new hardware to full-scale commercialization. But if quantum dominance is the company’s goal, its engineers are going to have to solve the same problem as everyone else: error correction. The New Emperor of Energy Storage You’re looking at the future of a $3.3 trillion industry. Thanks to this groundbreaking innovation, clean energy can be fed to the power grid 24/7... Regardless of whether the sun is shining or the wind is blowing. I call it the "Newton Battery," and it crushes every other battery on the market. The Swiss and the Saudis are already using it. And grids across the globe will be using this battery before we know it. It’s all possible thanks to one tiny company’s patented tech. The best part is that 99% of investors have no idea that it just went public... [Get in on the ground floor now, before it's too late.]( We Got It Right! But… It’s Still Wrong Information is a fascinatingly complex concept in and of itself. According to the legendary Rolf Landauer, one of the fathers of modern physics, information is a purely physical phenomenon. Every piece of information must be represented by some kind of tangible “symbol.” Because of this principle, ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics actually have a lot in common with the data stored on your computer. Both are nothing more than symbols that represent meaning using physical space. The Egyptians stored data using carvings in stone, while computers use billions of tiny 0s and 1s called “bits.” But the overall concept is strikingly similar. [2] Ancient carvings and conventional computers are both highly resistant to errors. When you save a picture or carve a picture of a buffalo into a cave wall, the information stays exactly where it is. It’s very unlikely that after drawing your buffalo, it suddenly changes shape into a dog. Unfortunately, this is exactly the problem that is holding back quantum computing. The Income Secret Jeff Bezos Doesn’t Want You to Discover! Jeff Bezos is the second-wealthiest man in the world with a net worth of $202 billion. But he didn’t get that rich by himself. There are under-the-radar companies that help Bezos expand his dominance in the retail industry. And they’re paying regular investors like you upward of $48,000 each year. This is a virtually unknown way to collect mammoth-sized payouts courtesy of America's biggest company. Once you're set up, you won't need to do anything again, but this window of opportunity is closing quickly. [Discover how you can start collecting today...]( These incredibly powerful machines have an irritating tendency to make random mistakes while crunching numbers. Without a robust process to prevent quantum “qubits” from wantonly changing themselves, quantum computing is dead in the water. But even though this new technology is completely different from conventional computing, the information is still stored through physical means. Mr. Landauer was right yet again. With that in mind, the best way to solve a physical problem is with a physical solution. The current gold standard in error correction is very similar to a quality-control process that can be found in any manufacturing facility across the globe — just at a much, much smaller scale. [A block diagram showing a quantum error correction feedback loop and quantum control.] This complex process involves a sort of “checks and balances” system that identifies misflipped qubits, evaluates their position compared with the rest of the system, and then re-flips the erroneous portions accordingly. All of this happens within the tiniest fraction of a second, but it allows the entire system to proceed without catastrophic failure. The concept is still in the theoretical stages, but quantum computing has a notoriously short lab-to-market pipeline. Neither Amazon nor IBM nor the small-cap company we’ve been following can move forward until error correction is solved — so I expect to see this protocol baked into whichever quantum machine hits the market first. LEAKED: Apple's Brand-New Invention? Apple CEO Tim Cook says, “It’s the next big thing... and it will pervade our entire lives.”It could replace EVERY device you own. Best of all, it could make you a fortune...WITHOUT having to own a single share of Apple’s stock. [Go here now for the full story.]( But… Do We Really Want Amazon as the Quantum King? For individual investors like us, Amazon claiming the top spot is bad news. Sure, we could all pony up and buy shares of the company — it wouldn't exactly be a bad investment. But at the scale Amazon operates, becoming the world’s quantum computing leader would have less effect on the company’s share price. Companies with a smaller market cap, fewer employees, and greater passion for this mind-blowing field are what we look for. In this case, the news could easily quadruple the company’s value. Luckily for us, Amazon’s massive size doesn't mean squat. Plenty of world-changing breakthroughs have been achieved by small, underfunded teams working in less than ideal conditions. We’ve narrowed down [a few key players currently giving Amazon a run for its money](. If you're serious about investing in this sector, avoid companies like IBM and Amazon like the plague. Try reading into companies like these before you start throwing your money at blue chip stocks. [Trust me, the payoff could be vastly greater than anything Amazon could ever hope to return.]( To your wealth, Luke Sweeney Contributor, Energy and Capital [[follow basic]Check us out on YouTube!]( Luke’s technical know-how combined with an insatiable scientific curiosity has helped uncover some of our most promising leads in the tech sector. He has a knack for breaking down complicated scientific concepts into an easy-to-digest format, while still keeping a sharp focus on the core information. His role at Angel is simple: transform piles of obscure data into profitable investment leads. When following our recommendations, rest assured that a truly exhaustive amount of research goes on behind the scenes.. [Fb]( [Li]( [Tw]( This email was sent to {EMAIL}. You can manage your subscription and get our privacy policy [here](. Energy and Capital, Copyright © 3 East Read Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. Please note: It is not our intention to send email to anyone who doesn't want it. 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